Read the document to make sure it meets your needs. Remember that if you have any questions you can easily Ask a lawyer.
Just having a policy doesn’t mean you’ve complied with your legal obligations. Make sure the employer only makes commitments in the policy that it can realistically meet. Make a plan for implementation of the grievance procedure.
Note that this grievance procedure requires that you appoint a person who can act as the employees' point for grievance matters.
Make the grievance procedure available to employees by, for example, including it in induction packs, providing it in hard copy, sending it out by email, putting it on notice boards or an intranet site, or other easily accessible company computer systems.
The grievance procedure is not a contract and does not need to be signed or agreed to by the employee. You can ask employees to sign an acknowledgement to show that they received it, but it’s not legally required.
A copy of the grievance procedure will be stored under "My Documents" in your Rocket Lawyer account.
When the grievance procedure is amended, keep a copy of each version of it that has been in force, a record of when it was introduced and how and when each version was made available to employees.